Fakultät Sozial- und Wirtschaftswissenschaften at the Uni Bamberg
- Feldkirchenstraße 21
- 96045 Bamberg
- Phone: +49 951 863-2501
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Special features regarding teachingThe Bachelor's and Master's course in European Economic Studies (EES) is characterised by teaching with an international focus, which can be completed largely in English, depending on the courses selected by students. A balanced combination of lectures, seminars and language training is ensured. The high level of freedom in choosing courses and the integration of a broad range of courses from neighbouring disciplines (including Business Administration, Politics, Sociology, Business Informatics) allows students to give their studies an individual focus with regard to a subsequent Master's degree or professional life.
Special features regarding the international orientationCompulsory year abroad in the Bachelor programme, voluntary semester abroad for the Master EES. High percentage of classes not taught in German. Two foreign business languages (Bachelor) and/or one or two (Master): Business English, Spanish, Italian, French and Russian. Research cooperation with universities in Spain, Italy, USA, Finland and the Netherlands. Currently four double degree agreements in the Bachelor EES, one double degree agreement in the Master EES.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsHeriott-Watt University, Großbritannien; National University of Ireland in Galway, Irland; Universitat de Barcelona, Spanien; University of Turku, Finnland; Cracow University of Economics, Polen; Corvinus University Budapest, Ungarn; Universidad de Santiago de Chile; Sun Yat-sen University, Zhuhai, China; Stellenbosch University, Südafrika; University of Georgia, USA.
Special features regarding the equipmentExperimental laboratory, powerful data centre including access to databases such as Datastream and software such as Stata, very well-stocked library.
Special features regarding research activitiesIntensive cooperation in the field of behavioural economics; regular publications in top international journals and presentations of new research results at international conferences. Member of the Bavarian Graduate Program in Economics (BGPE). The Bamberg doctoral program "Macroeconomics with Limited Rationality is also docked at the Institute for Economics: Dynamics, Stabilisation and Distribution "(BaGBeM).
Other special featuresThe friends and alumni association European Economic Studies acts, among other things, as a link between the chairs and students, thus enabling it to become actively involved in the design and further development of the programme. Close cooperation with the Institute for Labour Market and Vocational Research (Nuremberg): two special professorships economics with department heads of the IAB.
Further information on research activitieshttp://www.uni-bamberg.de/vwl/forschung/
Information on access restrictionshttps://www.uni-bamberg.de/ma-ees/zugang/
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Last update 2020: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.
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